Symbiotics’ assessment and selection platform, ADAPT, continues to rapidly evolve in step with airlines and flight training schools to ensure the industry is best equipped with an appropriate solution to deliver in real world environments to support decisions ahead of training, recruitment and career progression.
ADAPT’s comprehensive candidate reporting capability now includes a mapping of results to the 9 ICAO pilot competencies to support compliance for airlines and air operators with the EASA regulation for aircrew psychological assessments. This makes it easier for hiring managers to review an overview of a pilot’s performance across each competency. Additionally, new report outputs also include a training needs analysis output to support both flight training schools and airlines with next steps and implementing training pathways for cadets and qualified pilots. Added to this, ADAPT’s new data visualisation dashboard means clients can view trends across their entire pilot data population for all test content, grouped or filtered by characteristics such as location or experience, making it easier for organisations to review and evaluate their recruitment and selection processes.
Symbiotics’ Managing Director, Hannah Davies added “The latest features and developments have been added in consultation with our clients and have been well received, with plenty more planned on our 2023 ADAPT roadmap. We strive to ensure that ADAPT not only meets today’s needs for aviation assessments but also that we are driving innovation in pilot assessment as the industry looks to grow the pilot community to support the significant increase in pilot demand and the changing role of the pilot as AAM and EVTOL operations commence in the years to come.”
To learn more about ADAPT, visit Symbiotics during the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS), in Berlin, Germany, which is taking place 8-9 November. The company will be exhibiting in booth #130.